Along with rare summer snow in High Tatras mountains.
Snow isolates cities and affects basic services. Temperatures 5 to 18 degrees C below zero.
As of 8:30 a.m. local time Thursday, Gander, Newfoundland, reported 33 cm of snow since Wednesday night.
Video – David did a fantastic job of posting images that went along with what we were talking about, including some great maps showing Indonesia as big as a continent during the last ice age (when sea levels were 400 feet lower than today).
Breaks previous record set more than 100 years ago.
“It will affect the pelicans and larger fish that eat mullet,” said Jeffrey Trout at Harbor View Marine in Pensacola. “And the baby mullet. It will affect the fishing for sure.”
Temperatures below 15 degrees F. (-9 C) expected.
Perhaps, it’s time to check the stuff collecting dust in your attic?
All-time ice gain in Greenland, record ice growth in the Arctic, cold fronts romping through Mississippi a month early. “And yet they’re still talking about CO2?”
Winter storm warning – As in WINTER.